The Glitch

     It is possible that Social Crediters come across as a one track record. The track is called ‘the gap’. I suspect that word is something like a trigger that launches the social crediter into as good an explanation as he is capable of the fault with the financial system; a trigger to which I am not immune. Excuse me.

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The Name of the Game

     Douglas claimed the purpose of Social Credit is to ‘release reality’ with respect to human activity, which means releasing people from artificial constraints. I suspect it was a frustration to him that people became increasingly preoccupied with the money question which was a limited policy based on a much more inspiring, subversive philosophy of real liberty and personal responsibility.

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Winston's Wisdom

This passage dealing with the reparation arrangements made following the First War appears on page 8 of the first volume of Churchill’s  The Second World War:

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The Future of Work - A Suggestion

 From time to time my mind turns to a difficult idea.  A.R. Orage called it The Fear of Leisure. In a speech by that name Orage said of the prospect of an increasingly leisured society, ‘Douglas can prove that it is possible; you have to make it desirable.1

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Growth or Sanity

    Economists and politicians are pretty clear about their intentions for the economies they claim to run; growth.  Growth, in economic terms, means increasing production and consumption of goods and services. In other words, the policy of growth has the objective of always exceeding economic maximums. It is the economic policy equivalent of a rampaging snowball.

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